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to these issues. guest: i offered it with jim cooper, a democrat of tennessee. we got 38 votes the first time we did it last year. they are up to 75. senator mcconnell is talking about the fact that we are not interested in raising the rates. at the end of the day, you could take away every private jet and every cayman islands account. it does not get there from here. it is a more complicated problem than that. i think it is time for my former colleagues to stop worrying about the next election. i am living proof. the congress did not end when i retired from the congress after 18 years. it is time for people to reach the conclusion that we need to take care of the next generation and we need to take care of america rather than focusing on how am i going to win in 2014? host: we are talking to steve latourette. you are close friends with speaker of the house john boehner. is he still enjoying the job? guest: i have a one-year ban that i cannot talk to my former colleagues. i think the speaker is glad to be the speaker. i think he is doing a great job. people say the president has a tough job. boe
the youtube sensation of the moment. this year, it's psy. ♪ open gangham style >>> joining us for more is jim cooper from new york. what does one player this year releasing an ad with a lot more seemingly relying on it, that is blackberrymaker rim. why would this be such an important place for them to come for the first time? >> i think just the audience is massive. they're trying to build market share. the audience is going to be about 100 million viewers. it's a good place for them to get their product back out in the marketplace and try to build some buzz. >> the thing is, their customers are corporate customers. they're not the general cop assumer. so, you know, how do they translate, you know, mass market into where actually they're selling their product? >> you know, i probably would disagree with that. i think sometimes the mass market will drive a niche market. this will be talked about, especially if the ad is a good one. >> what makes a good ad? >> i think an ad that has an economy of tone, that really is sort of done in a creative, but clever way, that really sort of hits the brand
and myself pushing this hard. we have our colleagues in the house doing the same thing. jim cooper from tennessee, pushing the no loebls concept. bring both sides together, let's just start sorchling some problems. as you know, the budget the biggest issue. something we haven't passed in four years and out there. you have heard this, but the ipad wasn't invented the last time we passed a budge net washington, d.c. a concept of no budget, no pay, no labels coming together trying to move this country forward. if we don't budget, we won't move this country forward. >> date night a couple years ago, and now you are getting pinned. senator dean heller, thank you for joining us. >> thank you. you bet. good to see you too. >>> a big bet to lose. one big play in a super bowl is costing one company $600,000 in merchandise. >>> how are long-term relationships changing in america today? an exclusive new dating study from match.com unveiled right here on "starting point." and the results will shock you. officemax is celebrating our new collaboration with go daddy! with an online package including:
this after four years there hasn't been one. >> guest: it is really surprising. congressman jim cooper, who is a democrat from nashville, tennessee, wrote a piece of legislation, called no budget, no pay. it required the u.s. congress to pass a budget, a concurrent budget resolution with the senate and house passed it, bought it together, agreed on it and did all the appropriations bills on time. if congress didn't do that they would have to give up the pay until they got their work done. i was the lead republican sponsor on that piece of legislation and was very supportive of it. i glad we took a small piece of it with the debt limit increase a few weeks ago to require the senate to pass a budget. within minutes having that legislation passed, harry reid came to the podium said this year the senate will in fact pass a budget. i think it is a critical step forward. at this point you see what the senate priorities are compared to the house priorities. hopefully we'll be able to pull those two documents together and have this country work on a budget framework, work inside of a budget framewo
them. sadly he's walked away from all the recommendations. but i offered it with jim cooper, democrat of tennessee and we got 38 votes the last time we did it. they just had a vote this week they're up to 75. so i think senator mcconnell is talking about the fact we're not interested in raising the rates. but at the end of the day you could take away every private jet, you could take away every caymen island account. you could take away everything else ifment doesn't get there from here. it's a more complicated problem than that. and i think it's time for my former colleagues to stop worrying about the next election. because i'm living proof the congress did not end when i retired after 18 years. and it really is time for people to reach the conclusion that we need to take care of the next generation and we need to take care of america rather than focusing on how am i going to win in 2014? host: we're talking with steve latourette who represented ohio in the u.s. house of representatives. he is now the president and c.e.o. of the republican and mainstream partnership also close friend
: it is really surprising. congressman jim cooper wrote a piece of legislation, no budget, no pay. it required the congress to pass a budget resolution. the set and house agreed on it and did the appropriation bills on time. it the senate did not do that, they would have to give up their pay until the work got done it. -- if the that it did not do that, they would have to give up their pay until the work got done. i was a sponsor of that bill. within minutes of having that legislation passed, harry reid came to the podium and said this year the senate will pass a budget. it is a critical step forward. at this point we will be able to see what a separate report -- priorities are, and hopefully we will be able to pull those documents together and have this country work on a budget for work, work with inside the budget framework so we can control the rampant growth of government. >host: an individual on twitter tes, why does savings pay less than inflation rate? guest: historically interest rates on federal debt have run between 4.5-5.5%. today it is 1.2%, 1.25%. if interest rates would move back
drapes from local merchants were used to separate the practices and ensure privacy. coach jim harbaugh credited the collaborative effort to quote ""cooperating sprits."" practice has been held inside at tulane university the last few days due to weather conditions. linebackers aldon smith and ahmad brooks were limited in practice for the second day with shoulder injuries. >> and we all know that when the raven and the niners play each other on sunday, their coaches will make n-f- l history. melissa raney has more on the story behind the brothers. >> this sunday, tens of bounds lines of fans will pack the 49ers baltimore ravens in super bowl 47 at the mercedes benz superdome. and i will absolutely be singing! this is what i was born to two. >> reporter: the other thing you do not want to mess is because this is the first thing the brothers are going to compete to do not want to--miss his older brother has a bit of an edge. >> he has more of some experience and we know the task ahead of us. >> reporter: john, the coach of the ravens is used to going against his brother to get what he wan
it all over to the person representing me in the process, and i have nothing new to report, jim. >> can you say you are cooperating with prosecutors? >> i left it to my attorney to deal with and i followed his direction to the letter, and he is somebody that is imminent and highly respected, so whatever he redirects me to do that's what i am doing at this stage. >> kudos to the inauguration, and what a week it was for this city to shine. we saw one gesture on the license plate of the president. do you see that gesture taking us to that next level of statehood in this term? >> i hope so. i really believe this is a wonderful time for the president to wake up and be an advocate for the city. his inaugural speech was outstanding where he talked about the basic principles on which this nation was founded, and the declaration of independence and the constitution, and lines like all men being created equal which comes from one of the basic documents, and i think about the district, where we don't have a vote in the house of representatives, and we can't approve the spending of our own money wh
that inspired bradley cooper to come to washington today. >>> plus, sibling rivalry on display today. jim and john harbaugh hold their first press conference together. is the pressure getting to the brothers? >>> and when could we see (woman) 3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. it was 3 days of pure joy. ♪ and it's beautiful >>> right now, that fast-moving snowstorm that blew through our region this morning is already long gone. the snow piled up on parked cars and grassy areas across the region. it also caused several minor accidents on dulles toll road. >>> economists say january's jobs report is mostly good news. the labor department said 150,000 new jobs were created last month. the labor department also increased the n
into the family business. he was cooperative. >> when she approached the vehicle. he made the statement are you aware of who am i. >> reporter: a supervisor was called to the scene. huff attempted to call jim johnson, his comment, you need to take me home and be done with this. didn't pan out. huff was arrested at his own business. >> councilman huff with charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. driving without headlights on. nothing luject driving. an employee driving drunk in a county owned vehicle could be fired, but huff may be treated differently. >>> it is considered a fundamental right for all of us. 100 years ago women did not have the right to vote. we are going to show you how they were celebrating a movement this weekend. mine was earned in djibouti, africa, 2004. the battle of bataan, 1942. [ all ] fort benning, georgia, in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve the military, veterans, and their families is without equal. begin
at the at&t pro-am continuing. when the weather cooperates, hard to find a spot on the planet more breath taking than this. always a little silliness mixed in with golf on saturday. jim harbaugh says the last time he played golf was in this tournament a year ago. birdie par-5 4 right there. not a good day for mickelson. low tide around the 18th hole, lands on his fannie. mickelson took a triple bogey, 101 strokes back. it's a two-way tie at the top of the leaderboard. brent snedeker made birdie on the way to a 68, 12 under par for the tournament and a farewell for murray, sporting an unusual look for a movie he's about to begin shooting. doesn't have to wait for tomorrow's round to get started. other story is james hahn. no pictures of him today, shooting a 66 at spyglass hill, but tied for the lead. chris kirk, one stroke back, followed by patrick reed and richard lee. lots more tonight at 10:00. >>> warriors trying to salvage a win tonight in dallas on their four-game road trip. we'll tell you about it on sports wrap. see you then. >> beautiful down there, isn't it? gorgeous. >> no bett
. strong thunderstorms in the lower mississippi valley. rob and diana, back to you. >> many thanks, jim. >>> hang on to your hats for this one. it comes to us from deep in the french alps. >> there's where a modified mini cooper did something completely crazy. which is to say the driver sit a ramp and did a full-on, wait for it, back flip. whoa! >> it is being touted now as the world's first-ever back flip? a car. the driver was fine, and the car relatively unscathed. >> but look at the tires and the suspension on that car. you need that for the potholes in the bronx. >> french alps, bronx, same landscape. >>> coming up next, the pill that promises to take your booze buzz away. >> and later on, heroes on the subway platform. three smart guys sense danger, took action and med headlines. you're watching "world news now." i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know i
a conversation about it. >> you and jim going to go see it? >> exactly. okay. here to make good on his promise, the star of "silver linings playbook," the oscar nominated bradley cooper. good morning. >> good morning. welcome to my library. >> you look quite astute. why don't you get a pipe out. this is so good. i loved it. >> thank you for the support, mika. >> like you need it. you're getting such an incredible response, especially from the mental health community. so let's go right there. did you expect to get the response you're getting? >> you know, you stumble upon certain things in your life that you never expect. and for me, this was one from the beginning when i first played this character. and then the response that we got and the fact that i'm here in d.c. and we were at walter reed last night doing a q&a for about 200 war vets is just incredible. and we're able to raise awareness and try to destigmatize mental illness in this country. i mean, look at the cover of the "post," about how suicide rate has gone up with vets. >> that obviously is a huge issue in the veterans community, i
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